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Iceland's International Airport Awarded Best Airport in Europe
The announcement was made last week at the annual ASQ Awards Ceremony in Singapore
Garuda Looks Forward to Arrival of New Aircraft--Fleet Modernization Takes Flight
Garuda Indonesia and GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) recently announced the signing of an operating lease for six Boeing 737-800 Next Generation aircraft and three CFM56-7B engines
ACTE Survey Measures Impact of Volcanic Eruption
Although flights have resumed across Europe, there are still major restrictions in place
Asia Surpasses North America in Number of Annual Air Travelers; Trend Expected to Continue
Dethrones long-time leader and highlights evolving trend
Airline Travelers Face New Security Requirements
Passengers must provide more information from now on.
Have Pet, Will Travel
Airlines offer guidelines to help keep pets safe.
Flight Recorders and the Crash of Air France 447
Tragedy is a reminder of how fliers take air safety for granted.
FlightView Offers Traveling Details
FlightView is now supplying accurate details about your flight. Traveling continues to become more complicated with inflated costs of fuel, tickets and extra charging for luggage.
Business Travelers Are Investigating Smaller Charters As Alternative To Higher Airline Costs, Delays
Some commercial business travelers are starting to look for alternatives to regular airline flights.
Charter Jet Industry Feeling Effects Of Economic Downturns
Even large corporations, the mainstays of charter marketing, are feeling the effects of the economic downturn. Some companies and individuals are even selling their privately owned aircraft creating a buyers market, According to Eljet Jet Charter.
Fall Travel To Asia Made Cheaper By Cathay Pacific Airways
During July, Cathay Pacific Airways offers reoundtrip flights from Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO) or New York (JFK) to Bangkok or Singapore, including unlimited free stopovers in Hong Kong, starting at $926.
Airline Passengers Will Get More Compensation If They Are Bumped
Airlines will start paying more if they involuntarily bump passengers with confirmed reseravations.
Carriers Looking At New Technology To Help Airline Passengers Fly Smoother
Technology may finally catch up with the harried airline passenger.
Eco-Friendly Airline Opens in Costa Rica
NatureAir is the world ’s first "carbon neutral" airline, serving Costa Rica. The airline now has its own environmentally friendly vacation department. NatureVacations guides and educates travelers about eco-friendly, sustainable lodges in Costa Rica.
Hotels Improved As Hosts; Airlines Declined In Annual Travelers Study
Market Metrix, LLC, the leading provider of customer and employee feedback and performance tools for the hospitality industry, today announced annual results of the Market Metrix Hospitality Index (MMHI) for 2007.
Expanded Travelers’ Insurance Announced By Two Major Insurers
CSA Travel Protection and Europ Assistance USA have teamed up to offer trekkers convenient 24-hour travel response and assistance, seven days a week, 365 days a year.